LLED 2 - JaMereTyler LLED10 GenerationQ

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Ja’Mere Tyler LLED 10 Generation Q “Generation Q” is a story written by Thomas Friedman that is calling out the younger  generation in which he calls generation quiet or “Generation Q.” The reason he calls the  generation that is because he visited a variety of college campuses and spoke with students. He  did give them credit with one thing that they are more optimistic and idealistic than they should  be. They also are becoming more active helping out overseas and the ones who don’t help out  overseas join at home originations.  Though he thinks this is admirable he feels that students  are using this as a way to avoid the true situations back home in America that they need to help  with like debt and global warming.  His final plea is to ask students to stop trying to use the  internet as a way to fight these and get more involved and more active because nothing  changes if you join a Facebook group. There are 4 aspects in which a writer uses in an argument they are thesis, purpose,  methods and persona. The thesis for “Generation Q” is that the young people in this generation 
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course ENG 4462337 taught by Professor Dr. fenway during the Spring '10 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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LLED 2 - JaMereTyler LLED10 GenerationQ

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